Caring for your Cats
The key to a healthy and happy cat is a well-informed and understanding owner.
Cat ownership is an important responsibility. Find out what you need to know and why routine preventive examinations are so important.
Every cat has basic environmental needs to help them live a healthy, happy life and to help them feel secure in their environment.
There are many things to consider before deciding to adopt a cat.
The introduction of a new cat is exciting but it can also be stressful. Here you can find important suggestions to get you off to a good start whether you have a multi or single cat household.
There are steps in order to introduce a cat into your household. Find out what you need to know to introduce your cat into a household without cats or a multi-cat household.
The American Veterinary Dental College states that periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in and cats. By three years of age, most cats have some evidence of periodontal disease, but it is entirely preventable.
Cat's are masters of hiding illness. Find out what are "normal" behaviors and what are subtle signs and symptoms of illness.
As our cats age, their needs change. It is important for cat owners to understand aging change to provide ongoing care and comfort.
With their keen sense of curiosity, as well as their dedication to cleanliness, cats are at risk for being exposed to a number of toxins and poisons. Find out which toxins are harmful to cats, and links to helpful resources.
Controlling parasites in your cat is an important part of preventive health care. Parasites not only affect your cat’s health, but some, referred to as “zoonotic parasites,” are transmissible to people as well.